Kosovo: Institutions and Policies for Reconstruction and Growth
This paper gives an overview of recent institutional and economic developments in Kosovo and discusses the main economic policy challenges facing the province. It considers a range of issues including: the political and institutional developments since the end of the Kosovo conflict; recent economic trends and policies relating to public finances, the financial sector, levels of income and poverty; and priorities for the short term regarding fiscal sustainability, private sector development and good governance.
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Recent Economic Trends and Policies 5
Policy Priorities for the Near Term 14
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